Justin Guinn is a Market Researcher at Software Advice, covering technology and changing trends in two distinct markets: retail/restaurant point of sale and field service. His work has been cited in dozens of notable publications, including The New York Times, Forbes, The Huffington Post and TIME Magazine.
Currently, Justin’s research in the retail and restaurant verticals focuses on navigating the complexities of mobile point of sales, digital payment systems and the evolving customer experience. His studies often relate to how customers are interacting with technology at big brands such as Chili’s, Starbucks or Panera.
In the field service market, his research explores the impacts that emerging software and technologies, including street-level routing and optimized dispatching, have on field service businesses. He has conducted primary research with both consumers and business owners to get a full picture of technology’s role in these markets today.
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